Alpaca vs. Landsquid: The Aftermath

Phew!  I am exhausted, but I am home, and it seems like a good time was had by all with my lovely guest bloggers.  Much thanks and love to KD, Ian, and Anne, for their stimulating pieces on interspecies warfare.

To wrap up our epic battle, I thought I’d let you, Squiders, vote on which creature you think would win in a fight.  (Also, I must figure out how on Earth I’m going to follow that.)

Quick reference: Landsquid, Alpaca, Sky Shark

3 responses to this post.

  1. Vote alpaca if you know what’s good for you. Otherwise someday, you won’t know when, you won’t know where, there’ll be a knock at your door (OK, so you DO know where), and when you open the door, BLAM! An alpaca with a shotgun will be there, ‘educating’ you about the error in your voting ways.

    Or vote anonymously. Your choice.


  2. As much as I admire the landquid and respect the alpaca, I do feel that if they went head-to-head, the sky shark would eat both of them for breakfast.

    ….mmm, breakfast. I should eat some, too. Though not squid or alpaca. Just cereal.


  3. Foolish mortal. With the demand for shark fin soup, it is only a matter of time (weeks, perhaps months) before the sky shark is hunted to practical extinction. Captured, stripped of their fins, and then released, they will float like rudderless blimps in the sky, slaves to the wind as they rise higher and higher until *POP* they explode at the near vacuum of extreme altitude.

    I can’t imagine a more fitting death.

    And then, of course, the ALPACA SHALL RULE!

    (I am ianmdudley, and I approve this message.)


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